Sanctions against Russia and the state budget-2017. Five things you might oversleep

Sanctions against Russia and the state budget-2017. Five things you might oversleep

© Reuters offers five main events of the night.

Five things you could have slept:

1. On 8 December, the Verkhovna Rada can adopt the second reading of the draft State budget for 2017. This was stated by the speaker of Parliament Andriy Parubiy. He noted that he took the initiative on the eve of the adoption of the main financial document there was a discussion in conjunction with the Prime Minister, leaders of parliamentary factions and representatives of the Federation of trade unions of Ukraine. Read more→

2. Ukrainians Mykola Karpyuk and Stanislav Klyh, illegally sentenced and detained in Russia, has signed all necessary documents for preparation of claims to the European court of human rights. This was announced by the speaker of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Marian Betz. Read more→

3. European leaders and U.S. President Barack Obama will discuss on Friday, November 18, the question of extending sanctions against Russia for its interference in Ukrainian Affairs and possible new sanctions for the bombing in Syria. About it reports Reuters, citing several sources. Meeting in Berlin organised by Chancellor Angela Merkel. It will also be attended by the leaders of Britain, France, Italy and Spain. Read more→

4. High-ranking officials of foreign Affairs Canada and Russia for the first time met behind closed doors where they discussed various issues, among them Ukrainian. This is with reference to the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, writes Reuters. Read more→

5. Under the frozen surface of the dwarf planet Pluto must be the ocean that holds as much water as all the oceans of the Earth. The ocean of Pluto, which presumably consists of muddy water, hidden at the level of 150-200 miles under “heart-shaped” region in the icy surface of the dwarf planet and has a depth of 100 kilometers. Read more→